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6 - Indigenous Interests and the Future of Economic Treaties

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 April 2021

Sergio Puig
Affiliation:
University of Arizona
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The intersection between indigenous rights and international economic agreements is paradigmatic of the ways in which globalization accommodates issues of social and economic justice. This intersection provides insight into the fate of the marginalized communities in a system that privileges certain values and goals often incompatible with some indigenous values and goals. The prior chapters make evident that, to address social and economic justice, international economic agreements can start by addressing indigenous interests in a systemic and more encompassing way and lead the way to frameworks for better social and economic inclusion. This is the key litmus test for the very legitimacy of international economic law after crises derived from a nationalistic turn and exacerbated by a global pandemic. This chapter offers some basic recommendations.

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At the Margins of Globalization
Indigenous Peoples and International Economic Law
, pp. 126 - 140
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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